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Elliott and Finley are going to General Conference at Pittsburgh and he is writing to arrange for the time of departure. He speaks of Bishop Soule (Senior Bishop of Methodist Church South), who he says is coming to the meeting to throw confusion into their ranks. They expect lots of southerners to annoy them, and Elliott suggests that Finley come prepared to meet the attack. Elliott has just written an article on slavery and expects a stir to be made because of it. Abstract Number - 825
Slavery Letters; Church South (MECS); General Conference; Soule, Joshua, 1781-1867
Elliott, Charles, "Letter from Charles Elliott to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 312.